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Fly to the top and then cruise back down.

Designed to be exceptionally light but still deliver plenty of float in the powder, the Ski Trab Freerando Light Ski is a versatile backcountry machine. Whether you mount it with tele or AT bindings, this feather-weight plank will help you get above tree line in no time.
  • Torsion box (cap) construction features a carbon fiber and fiberglass blend topsheet for torsional stiffness, better edge grip, and turning stability
  • Patented aramid honeycomb Aero Core for a lively ride
  • 52 HRC carbon steel edge for dynamic hold on ice in life-or-death situations
  • Oversized tips float and reduce tip dive without sacrificing usable edge
  • Ski mountaineering side-cut for highly adaptive turns whether you’re on a wide-open volcano or a steep couloir
  • High-molecular sintered density race base offers supreme glide and more impact resistance, which means you have less repair
  • Riber plate support provides durable reinforcements under the binding section so your binder doesn't rip out during aggressive freeride descents

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4 5

Critical part of light touring system

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I am not an amazing skier, but I get out a lot and hike. These are super complimentary to my Scarpa Aliens - honestly, I don't feel that I need to use the heavy metal set up anymore. They have solid turn capability (good edges and shape) and get the job done while remaining lightweight and intuitive.

4 5

Ski Fab

I'm really impressed with how stiff these are and how they rail. For such a lightweight ski they perform really well. Obviously, not a big mountain ski, but perfect for longer days and ski mountaineering.

Very happy with these stick!!

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hey noah, which length do you run?